Juanita Caceres

With over 12 years of experience in the personal injury field, Juanita has dedicated her career to helping individuals seek justice and fair compensation. Growing up with Salvadoran parents, Juanita learned the values of hard work, compassion, and perseverance. These values have shaped Juanita’s approach in advocating for those who have been injured, ensuring they receive the support and representation they deserve. Juanita is proud to carry on her parents’ legacy of resilience and empathy in her work. Outside of work, Juanita enjoys music, trying new cuisines, traveling, rollerblading with her dogs, and spending quality time her family,

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

A personal injury lawyer is a type of lawyer who provides legal representation to those who have suffered a physical or psychological injury as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or other entity. Personal injury lawyers specialize in tort law, which covers civil wrongs and damages that occur as a result of negligence or intentional acts. They typically handle cases involving car crashes, product liability, slip and fall accidents, dog bites, and more.

The amount of a personal injury settlement depends on the specifics of the case, such as the severity of the injury, medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. It is best to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer who can review your case and advise you on what a fair settlement amount should be.

Yes, you can fire your personal injury lawyer. However, you should be sure to review the terms of your contract with the lawyer to ensure that there are no penalties for doing so. You should also make sure that you have a clear understanding of any fees that may be owed to the lawyer for their services before terminating the relationship.

Personal injury claims can take a long time to resolve because of the complexity of the case and the amount of evidence that needs to be gathered. In addition, insurance companies may try to delay the process in order to reduce their liability. If you feel that your case is taking too long, it is important to speak with your attorney about your concerns.

There are many reasons why a personal injury lawyer may not take your case. It could be that the lawyer does not specialize in the type of injury you have, or that the lawyer does not feel confident in their ability to win the case. It could also be that the lawyer does not believe that the case is worth pursuing, or that the lawyer does not think they will be able to recover enough money to make it worth their time. Additionally, the lawyer may feel that there is not enough evidence to prove your case.

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